Fred Stout Experience Awards
|Deadline: December 1 annually||
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2013 IS DEADLINE TO APPLY S
High school graduates who have a strong desire to pursue a career in
managing and/or marketing Registered Jersey™ cattle are encouraged to
apply for the Fred Stout Experience award.
High school graduates who have a strong desire to pursue a career in managing and/or marketing Registered Jersey™ cattle are encouraged to apply for the Fred Stout Experience award.
The award is presented annually in memory of Fred J. Stout Sr., Mt. Carmel, Ill., a lifelong Jersey breeder and member of the Jersey Marketing Service staff from 1978 to 1997 who believed that the best learning experiences happen in the everyday world.
Two awards will be offered: (1) a summer marketing internship with Jersey Marketing Service, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and (2) an on-farm, structured internship in Jersey herd management.
To apply, specify which experience (marketing internship, on-farm internship) is preferred, or indicate if you are interested in both opportunities. Submit a one-page résumé listing previous work experience, skills and other qualifications, plus a separate cover letter stating your ambitions, goals and career aspirations, including plans for achieving them. The letter must also explain how and why the Fred Stout Experience will be of benefit in achieving future goals. A summary of involvement with and interest in Registered Jersey™ cattle is required.
Two letters of support are required, one from an active breeder of Registered Jersey™ cattle, excluding immediate family members; and the other from a teacher, mentor or past employer. These must be mailed directly by the supporters to the AJCA office.
Applications and letters of support must be postmarked no later than December 2, 2013 and addressed to Fred Stout Experience, American Jersey Cattle Association, 6486 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-2362. They may be sent by email to email@example.com.
Previous recipients of the Fred Stout Experience Award are Tara Bohnert, Illinois (2003), Allison Waggoner, South Carolina (2004), Dan Bauer, Wisconsin (2005), Aaron Horst, Pennsylvania (2006), Jacob Pieper, Maryland (2007), Katie Albaugh, Maryland (2008), Brady Core, Kentucky (2009), Kim Wilson, Missouri (2010), Ivy Roberts, Florida (2010), Amy Maxwell, Iowa (2011), Joseph Fjarlie (2011), Robert McGarry, Vermont (2012), Lyman Rudgers, New York (2012), Meagan Bolen, Ohio (2013) and Wyatt Smith, Minnesota (2013).
Financial support is provided by a permanent endowment created in 2001 by friends and colleagues of Fred Stout. The Friends of Fred Stout Committee members include Ray Schooley, Stuart Schooley, Larry Kempton, Roger Marcoot, Bryan Marcoot, David Parkinson and Tara Bohnert Yoder. For more information on the Fred Stout Experience, contact Dr. Cherie L. Bayer, AJCA Director of Development, at email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (614) 322-4456.
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Stout Experience with Jersey Marketing Service.
Click here for PowerPoint presentation by Kim Wilson on her 2010 Fred Stout Experience with Jersey Marketing Service.
Fundraiser Adds $21,700 to Fred Stout Experience Fund
Dayton, Ore., June 26, 2010 -- The Friends of Fred Stout raised $21,700 towards the Fred Stout Experience Internships through the sale of a heifer today at the National Heifer Sale, held at Forest Glen Oaks near Dayton, Ore.
Strayhorn Jarretts Robin, a P9 daughter of Forest Glen VD Jades Jarrett-ET, GJPI +109, was purchased by 114 syndicate members from across North America for $18,000 and then donated back to the sale to be purchased by Janice Rector, Hilmar, Calif., for $3,700.
In 2000, a group of friends and colleagues of Fred J. Stout Sr., Mt. Carmel, Ill., came together and established an internship program in his memory. They developed the concept with Fred’s beliefs in mind: the best learning experiences happen in the everyday world. The awards bestowed each year honor that conviction by providing financial support for on-farm and JMS internship experiences.
Fred was a lifelong Jersey breeder and member of the Jersey Marketing Service staff from 1978 to 1997. He was instrumental in the growth of the company’s marketing activities, and later added duties as a type evaluator and in customer field service for the American Jersey Cattle Association.
After three years of development and fundraising the first intern was announced in 2003. In 2010, a second internship was added to the program, giving two youth each year the opportunity to gain hands-on experience.
Previous recipients of the Fred Stout Experience Award are Tara Bohnert, Illinois (2003), Allison Waggoner, South Carolina (2004), Dan Bauer, Wisconsin (2005), Aaron Horst, Pennsylvania (2006), Jacob Pieper, Maryland (2007), Katie Albaugh, Maryland (2008), Brady Core, Kentucky (2009) and Kim Wilson, Missouri and Ivy Roberts, Florida (2010).
With the second internship in place, and a donation heifer from committee members Stuart Schooley and Dan Bansen, the Friends of Fred Stout committee began selling $100 shares for the heifer. The 180 shares were purchased by:
Tim Abbott, Fairfield, Vt.; ABS Global Inc., DeForest, Wis; Accelerated Genetics, Matt Waters, Lodi, Calif.; Rick Adams, Calif.; American Jersey Cattle Association Staff, Reynoldsburg, Ohio; Alta Genetics, Watertown, Wis.; Avi-Lanche Jerseys, Dalhart, Texas; Jim Ball, Koshkonong, Mo.; Scott Bentley, Madison, Wis; Martin and Emily Boer, Dalhart, Texas; Eric and Tara Bohnert Yoder, Gilson, Ill.; Bohnert’s Jerseys, East Moline, Ill.; David Brandau, Wilton, Wis.; Brentwood Farms, Orland, Calif.; James and Jana Brixey, Norwood, Mo.; David A. Burris, Columbia, Ky.;
Bush River and Skip-A-Rilla Jerseys, Newberry, S.C.; Steve and Vicky Carson, Newbury, Vt.; J.F. Cavanaugh Family, Columbus, Ohio; David Chamberlain, Wyoming, N.Y.; Jim Chaney, Bowling Green, Ky.; Paul Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Clauss Jersey Farm, Hilmar, Calif.; Clover Farms, Dundas, Ill.; COBA/Select Sires, Hilliard, Ohio; Genex/CRI, Shawno, Wis.; Lee Cronise, Fincastle, Va.;
DBS Commodities, Dexter, N.M.; Delta View Farms and Rachelles’s Jerseys, Visalia, Calif.; DeMent Jerseys, Kenney, Ill.; Butch Dias, Visalia, Calif.; Dennis Egleston, Fultonville, N.Y.; Jerry Emerich, Mooers, N.Y.; Endres Jazzy Jerseys, Lodi, Wis.; Sebastian Faria, Willcox, Ariz.; Forest Glen Jerseys, Dayton, Ore.; Four Springs Jerseys, Centre Hall, Pa.; Fred Stout Sr. Family, Mt. Carmel, Ill.;
Frerichs Dairy, LaGrange, Texas; Russell Gammon, Guelph, Ont.; Pete and Libby Giacomini, Verona, Wis.; Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M.; Phil Gordon, Warsaw, Ind.; Frederick Havill, Tyringham, Mass.; Heartland Jerseys, Seneca, Kan.; Lloyd Heinz, Shawno, Wis.; Hilmar Jerseys, Hilmar, Calif.; Michael Hurst, Waynesville, Ohio; James Ahlem, Hilmar, Calif.; Jerseyland Sires, Hilmar, Calif.; David Jordan, Clinton, Ill.; Louie Jordan, Moweaqua, Ill.; Kip and Robin Keller, Byron, N.Y.; Larry and Tammy Kempton, Green Valley, Ariz.; Kilgus Dairy, Fairbury, Ill.; Carl Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Korff Dairy, Sarcoxie, Mo.; Karl Kranges, Mount Vernon, Wash.;
Lady-Lane Farm, Mulino, Ore.; Larklund Jerseys, Elkland, Mo.; Ann Larson, Mount Vernon, Wash.; Lynn Lee, Smyrna, Tenn.; Liberty Jersey Farm, Fallon, Nev.; Joe Lineweaver, Radford, Va.; Herby Lutz, Chester, S.C.; Maple Lawn Farm, Tremont, Ill.; Mapleline Farm, John Kokoski, Hadley, Mass.; Marcoot Jersey Creamery, Greenville, Ill.; Roger and Anita Marcoot, Greenville, Ill.; Bryan and Dana Marcoot, Greenville, Ill.; Martin Dairy LLC, Tillamook, Ore.; Allen Meyer, Fargo, N.D.; Missouri Jersey Cattle Club, Mo.;
Kelvin Moss and Family, Litchfield Park, Ariz.; Ron Mosser, Geneva, Ind.; Steve Nevel, Union, Ill.; Ray Orisio, Kingsburg, Calif.; Dave Parkinson, Green Valley, Ariz.; Pearlmont Farm, Barnet, Vt.; Duane Phillips Jerseys, Golden, Ill.; Jake Pieper, Orland, Calif.; Pat and Rick Pond, Williamsport, Ohio; Jim Quist, Fresno, Calif.; Rector Jersey Farm, Hilmar, Calif.; Richard A. Riggs, Evansville, Ind.; Cris Rocha, Tillamook, Ore.; Ropp Jesey Cheese, Normal, Ill.; Darren Ropp, Strawn, Ill.; James and Oneva Rowzee, Newton, Miss.;
Ray and Margaret Schooley, Marshfield, Mo.; Stuart Schooley, Clovis, N.M.; Scotch View Farm, Stamford, N.Y.; Select Sires Inc., Plain City, Ohio; Semex, Guelph, Ont.; Don and Elsa Sherman, Hilmar, Calif.; Todd Silviera, Clovis, N.M.; Neal and Sherry Smith, Glenford, Ohio; Sorenson Hillview Jersey Farm, Pine River, Wis.; St. Jacobs ABS–Judges Choice Program, Elmira, Can.; Todd Stroup, Hilmar, Calif.;
Sugar Grove Jerseys, Sugar Grove, Va.; Sun Valley Jerseys, Cloverdale, Ore.; Sunbow Jerseys, Cottage Grove, Tenn.; Sunset Canyon Jerseys, Beaver, Ore.; Sunwest Jerseys, Hilmar, Calif.; Nelson and Julie VanZyverden, Niangua, Mo.; Dan Visser, Clovis, N.M.; Wickstrom Jersey Farms, Hilmar, Calif.; Scott and Cindy Wickstrom, Hilmar, Calif.; Wilsonview Dairy Inc., Tillamook, Ore.; Windridge Jerseys, Danville, Ind.; Betty Wolf, Deer Park, Wash.; Woodstock Dairy, Beaver, Ore.; Yosemite Jerseys, Hilmar, Calif.; and Jeff Ziegler, Marysville, Ohio.
Financial support for the Fred Stout Experience Awards is provided by a permanent endowment created in 2001 by friends and colleagues of Fred Stout. The Friends of Fred Stout Committee members include Ray Schooley, Stuart Schooley, Larry Kempton, Roger Marcoot, Bryan Marcoot, David Parkinson and Tara Bohnert Yoder.